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Land Art as Climate Action

Designing the 21st Century City Park

How clean energy technologies can create beautiful, post-carbon cities.
As the world races to address the climate crisis, new sustainable energy sources and other infrastructures are transforming our visual landscapes and changing the way we live. Land Art and Climate Action: Designing the 21st Century City Park highlights regenerative artworks that respond to this pivotal moment in human history and inspire viewers to embrace the beauty, abundance, and cultural vibrancy of a world that has left fossil fuels behind. Featuring three hundred color images, the book includes essays by Robert Ferry, Peter Kurz, Elizabeth Monoian, Alessandra Scognamiglio, and Sven Stremke to bring attention to design projects and landscape architecture where environmentalism is part of the concept, not an afterthought.

240 pages | 300 color plates | 9 x 11

Architecture: European Architecture

Earth Sciences: Environment

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